Washington Waterfowl Opportunities Somewhat Dependent Upon Weather

All we need is some wind rain and snow and field hunting for geese will improve for all skill levels of field hunters.  The many waterfowl refuges in Central Washington are holding big numbers  of ducks and geese but without weather birds are inconsistent  where and when they fly.  Duck and goose hunting ends the last Sunday in January of 2014.  Potholes Reservoir has some open water but the Sand Dune area and most of the Lind Coulee Arm are encroached upon by ice.  All we need is a Chinook-wind to blow out the ice and that would result in an excellent January for hunting ducks.

 

Don’t forget we have free dock fishing every Friday until Spring-time.  You still have to come into the store and get your free dock pass and car pass and you can fish until dark every Friday evening.  The dock is still showing some nice Crappie, Perch, Bluegill, Trout and Bass and a few walleye are being reported.

Please call the MarDon Store for more information (509) 346-2651.

More waterfowl from Potholes Reservoir

More waterfowl from Potholes Reservoir

Although the walleye fishing is slowing down, big walleyes still being turned in at Mardon Resort.

Although the walleye fishing is slowing down, big walleyes still being turned in at Mardon Resort.

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.
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